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Monsieur Deckers, it will be seen,
had terribly subdued his pride of the
"Well, since it. must be so, ;I will be
ready in five minutes."
Half an hour later, the father and son
were seated in the gondola, always pre•
ceded by the running footman, and, like
an arrow, the boat led toward the old
,On the 10th of July, 1795, the town
of Haarlem was it up by an aspect of
most unusual gayety and festival. All
the ships on the canals displayed their
pennants, floating in the air; refresh
ments were liberally . distributed t o t h e
.poor ; fishermen, porters, and hawkers
were walking about, dressed in their
hest ; there were games on the water,
cockfights and prizes tor the hest sing
ing canaries; in short, the whole popu
lation were delighted at the marriage
of Williern . Deckers with the bootmak
er's pretty daughter. The evening of
the same day the Messrs. Deckers left
the house of Peter Schwartz,-each car•
tying off his prize --a treasure from the
poor artisan : for the young man bore
away, in a shut up sedan chair, his pret
ty wife, rosy red with modesty and hap•
piness, whilst the fkiramaniae had under
his arm, his beloved trilips, in exchange
for which he had thrust two hundred
thosand florins in the corb.-ill
. de mar.
raige. In right of proPrietorship, Mon
sieur Deckers wattled to give his name
to the flower, but whit can the wish of
a millionaire avail against tradition I
For the lovely flower has always pre
served its name of "My Daughter's Mar
riage," which the bootmaker 'gave it.
"Mv Dautr,liter's IVlartiage,", was im-
ported into France in 1817, by Mon
sieur Vilrnorin, senior, and is, to this
day, one of the prettiest tulips known..
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1857
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET
Of Lycotning County.
FOR CANAL COMMISSMNER,
Of Chester County.
FOR SUPREME JUDGES
WIZ lb 1 ST. O.VG
Of Becks County.
Jr.leTIE S P SO,N 1
Of Erie County.
;Ut..The only Pennsylvania Dank thus far dis
credited, in consequence of the recent financial
crisis, is the Warren county bank. The Presi
dent and Directors of the bank have issued a cir
outer insisting upon its solvently and their ability
t 6 redeem all liabilities.
(*- Ex• Gov. Ramsey has been nom
inated by the Republicans as their ott4-
didate for Governor of Minnesota.
Kr The Grand Jury has fattisd a true
bill against Mrs. Cuningham, on the
charge of producing a fictitious heir to
the llSerdell estate.
Kr The "Americans" of Dauphin
county have nominated a full county
ticket. Theit• candidate for State Sen.
`ator‘ is Col. John Roberts:
'Mire. Cunningham of New York
Butdell Murder and Baby notoriety, has
been adMitted to bail in the sum of
fKr Judge Curtis, one of the Associ
ate Justices of the Supreme Court of
the United States, has resigned. Inade•
gunny of salary ($4,500 per annum,) is
assigned as the cause.
KrThe Berks county Agricultural
Fair will be held at Reading, commenc
ing on Wednesday, October 7th. The
Lancaster Fair will commence at Lan,
caster on Wednesday, October 14th.
The extensive Iron Manufacturing
.srms'of Reeves,Buck & Co., and Reeves,
Abbot & Co., at PliceniXville, Pa.,. sus
pended_ payment upon their obligations
on Wednesday last.
-:o:7 — •Samuel J. Randall is the Demo.
cratic nominee for Senator in the old
city of .Philadelphia. For the city and
county, Dr. Isaac N. Marselis, is the
nominee for Senator ; James R. Lud.
low, Judge of Common Pleas; Albert
A. Boileau, Recorder; John P. McFad
0:7 - The 'Dernoc.ratic Convention of
New York,.was .held at Syracuse, last
week, and a full ticket nominated. The
proceedings were harmonious, the hauls
and softs acting -in perfect union and
compromise. The ticket is composed of
both wings of the party, and headed
by Gideon J. Tucker, for Sect'y of State.
Otr Mr. Kintzi, of Exeter, Berks
county, recently made a pint of excel
lent Syrup or,Molasses, from eight cam
mon Indiarr Corn stalks. He cut them
of at the root and at the ear, crushed
themin.,a cider .mill and pressed the
juice-out with his hands. . A quart of
sawtlitts,..obtained, after boiling 30 min -
titeti,..yielded one pint of beautiful Syrup.
The last steamer from Europe
brings accounts, that the mutiny against
the British in India; instead of being
suppressed, rages with more fury than
ever. Delhi, the principa! stronghold
of the mutineers, had not fallen on the
4,4 th of July. The British forces were
'fasted before Agra, on the sth of Ju•
40- considerable loss. Rebellion
in • fitish-rule in India is becom.
1W,1e,z4. 4 %, It also. seems that both
each' "tuetN; their utmost to exceed
Engl ie ' it. '-Lty—the enlightened
While:the'. °r s ili to .\savage Sepoys.--;.
happys a t t a n n r d 8 .9 : 0 :1 d e i n e
, captive s to ;, their tin.
a tl is te e - e i ta , , tirkm cannon,
at putiliC, British
ppe- itid -el,' P r -• 'Me w.e.
EMANCIPATION !—The deluded, and
in many cases hypocritical, sympathizers
of the happy and contented negroes,
miss no opportunity of shipping them
off to Liberia, on the west coast of Af
rica. When there they are left cornpar
atively uncared for, and either revert to
their original savage state, or, being idle
and worthless, as most of them are with•
out a roaster, die from starvation and
disease. The accounts we have lately
received from Liberia, (and affairs there
are now no worse than they have gener
ally been during the last twelve years,)
are of the moat heart-rending character.
Rev. J.-W. Horne, writes from Mon-
rovia, under date of July 9, "that the
people are in• a fearful conditioirfor the
want of food ; many have died from
starvation, and many more will die.—
The emigrants from the states, as well
as the natives, are idle and worthless.---"
They consume a great deal and produce
nothing,. Even the missionaries and fano.
ilies, on the country stations,:are living
on green plums. The rice is all con
sumed and none left for sowing. May
God save us."
Is it Christian charity and sympathy
that wrests the poor slave from his mas-
ter in the south, where he has plenty to
eat and dririk,,,,b4appy , aro contented,
and delitiers his freedortz on a
God accursed shore, to lead a short life
of idleness and crime, and die of starva.
(ion? Those that thus sin against the
poor negrovvill have to answer before
their maker, but the subject of their
wrongs suffers perdition in this life.
Oz:rin Blair county the opposition
held what they called a Union conven
tion and nominated a man named Pat
ton for the Legislature. After the nom
ination it become desirable that he
should express a preference on the Gu
bernatorial question, but Mr.Patton.de
clined doing so. .This made the Re
publicans furious, and they swore that
if he did not come out for Wilmot that
they would not vote for him. The "A
mericans" "shortly" betome equally fu
rious, that if he did not declare for Ha
zlehurst they would drop him. So Mr.
Patton - picks up his duds and journeys
to the west, "hoping to be back about
the day before the election." An ad
PANIC! PANIC! in the Money Market!
is the cry that fills people's Mouths and
the colunins of newspapers. Strange
that people should so misapply terms.
There is no panic in the ?Money Market
—money being just as plenty-as ever.—
The panic is all in the, Credit market.
It's the scarcity of credit that created
the panic. Is it not so, ye financiers
On Wednesday afternoon a.week, a
fatal accident occured in the neighbor
hood of Shrewsbury, York county, from
that prolific source of disaster—the use
of fire-arms.. It appears that Wm. 11.
McAbee, aged" 15 years,' son of Maj.
Wm. McAbee, of Shrewsbury, was, in
company with a.muth,shocatirighirds in
the woods.and in the act of getting over
a fence the gurk-irt MeAbee?s hand slip
ped from the top rail and struck the cap
of the piece,.ay which it mita discharg
ed, the load entering near his left temple
carrying away the skull and brain, cans•
ing his death shortly thereafter. Maj.
McAbee, the father of the deceased, has
a situation on the Lebanon Valley Rail',
road, and was in Lebanon at the time
of the accident, whither his lady had
also gone to make preparations for re
moval to this Borough in October.
A woman named Mrs. George Moore,
a resident of Upper St. Clair township,
Allegheny county, Pa. ; who had for
some time been pariegfirom her boa=
band, returned to With - him recent
ly, when some °ldle young men of the
township, thinking her Character not ir
reproachable, seized her; on the night
of the 31st ult., and covered her with a
coat of coal tar and feathers. She left
that neighborhood next day.
Lambert, the pedestrian; completed
the feat walking a thousand miles - in a
thousand hours-.--we believe the second.
time it was ever accomplished—at Boyl
ston Flail, Boston, about balf•past two
o'clock on Tuesday morning. His.997th
mile was made in. 22 minutes 10 sec
onds ; 998th in 23 minutes 15 seconds ;
999th in 21 minutes 15 seconds, and the
1000th mile in about 25 minutes.
John Jacob Werner, of Hagerstown,
Md., who, in 1849, attempted to destroy
his whole family with a tomahawk, kil
ling two of his children, wounding two
others, including-, wife, and afterwards
cut his own throat, has recently been
left a legacy by . a deceased relative,.in
Germany, amounting to $BO,OOO, which
his surviving heirs( have claimed, and
will doubtless obtain.
A few days ago several free negroes
were put up at auction in Norfolk coun
ty, and sold to labor fora term sufficient
to liquidate their taxes. Singular to re
late, four of them were purchased by a
slave in Portsmouth, who 'felt quite
proud of the distinction.
The Agricultural Bank of Tennessee,
at Brownsville, has failed. Its princi
pal Stockholder was A. 3. Stevens, of
lowa, where its circulation mainly was
—he broke, and the bank went with him.
There is a good-time coming. A tot
of molasses changed hands last week in
Boston at 43 cents' a gallon, for which,
a short time previous, 72 'cents was - re-
In 1855 the quantity of wheat import
ed by Great Britain from the United
States was 126,098 buShels ; in 1856,
2;483,653 bushels. -
T ` LANdASTER COTTON MILL No. 2
has been sold tiy David Longenecker to
Gen. Robert Patterson, of Philadelphia.
The price paid was about $160,000.
Among the new counterfeits are s's
on the Burlington Bank of New Jersey,
altered from Vs; vignette,view of steam
boat in the centre of the note. .
The .Camels in use in the South. west
expedition are reported to he doing well,
and answering every expectation.
Sugar fell in price, at - retail, in Boa.
ton, from three to four cents a pound
during the past week.
The Past and Present
It is not of brilliant achievements, of
remarkable acts of philanthropy, or of
consummate wickedness, that we pur
pose to write, in drawing a contrast be•
tween the past and the present ; but of
that which furnishes power to the inner
man to fight the battles of life—Food.—
Since prices have attained such extraor
dinary rates, it Must be interesting to
the reader to see that there was an epoch
not a great many years since, when food
was at reasonable or low rates. A few
days since we past an hour in looking
over an old Day Book of 1844, and
found the prices of everything so much
below the present rates, that we would
have been disposed to doubt the facts,
had we not seen.the figures as recorded
by.ourself. Some of them _we shall give,
and comnare them with.prices of to-day:
184 1857 1 84. ,
Butter ? lb. 08 16 Dried . do. 6234 2.25
Bacon Sides," 05* 12 do. Peaches 1.00 3.00
do Hams, " 08 16 Apple Butter
Lard, " 06 12 v Crock, 25 6234
Tallow, " 07 l2 Eggs VS dos. 07 14
Potatoes bd 50 "1.00 yinegar gal 123 25
Apples, 50 1.00 Flour la bbl. 4.25 8.50
July. Jnly .
The prices of food and fuel in the same year present
almost an equal disparity :
November. July.l November. July.
1844. 3.857 1 1344 1857
Beef Front qr. 3.25 9.09 Molasses, (Off's) 35 87M
do Hind qr 4.25 ' 10.00 I Hickory Wood
Forkl:sreen) 4.25 9.00 1 (VI cord) 3.05 4.50
Corn b%., 40 90 1 Oak Wood, 2.75 3.50
Brown Sugar ; 0534 ,11 <Coal VI !Fen,:"" gmo 4.50
Molasses,; ' 25
1 70 90
syrup 0 gal 71.1
Thus it will be seen, that ttvo-thirds
of the food most need'ed and of daily
consumption in every ftimily, is at least
one hundred per cent, higher now than
it was thirteen years ago,. Fuel is a
full average of thirty per cent, higher,
and of all the articles enutnerated, there
is• but one that has remained stationary
and that is pills.—L,anc. Ex.
Kr As a Nota Bena to the above we
may.remark that the price of newspa
pers, as well as,pills,,has remained sta
tionary. A year's subscription price
was the, $1.50, precisely the price of
the Advertiser at this very day.
An , Evening at Mt. Washington College
This flourishing institution under the personal
supervision of its gentlemanly president, the Rev.
Geo. Lewis Staley, was on last Friday evening,
the nucleus of bright faces, happy hearts, and most
melodious sounds. The College itself gloaming
out like .a graceful temple upon .a Parnassian
height, shaded by tall trees that guard it faithfully
from Sol's too ardent rays, is a crowning orna
ment to scenery varied and piettiresque to a high
degree. Two amide verandas, extending entirely
around the building, afford the pupil's . opportuni
ties for exercise at 'all seasons, while in pleasant
weather; beautiful grounds intersected by winding
walks,leading far away into the dopths.of the cool
shady grove, invite to meditation and afford many
fine . points of View,.to gratify the lover of Nature,
and cultivate his artistic taste. At the foot of the
hill a clear lake is, ever. reflecting : ., panorama of
shifting views, mirroring the rosy clouds of early
morn, or the vesper star, bright herald of Night's
regal train;- flashing out amid the gathering shad
ows of eve,like a burning jewel upon its dark bosom.
The house was brilliantly lighted witrgas, and
the large reception hall had been fitted up for the
accommodation of a number of guests who' were
invited to participate in the soiree. There was
the sound of gay glad voices, and a large number
of bright happy looking girls entered the room.—
all contributed some share to the enter
tainment, seating themselves with ease and grace
at their instruments, and acquitting themselves in
a styl6 that evinced a high degree of cultivation.
Several -quartettes for. me pianos -elicited the
warmest encomiums. Selections from "Norma,"
"Dobert, Le Diable," "Somnatnlmla," and other
operas": "The Last - Rose of Summer," "Meet
me by Moonlight," by two young ladies with pi
ano, and guitar-accompaniment, &,e. A
spirited -trio on flute, piano, and, violin, by three
Professors inspired the liveliest emotions of pleas
ure in every heart. All acquitted themselVes in
a manner that might have put to the blushmany
a caterer to public taste. To attempt to discrim
inate would be like throwing the apple of Discord
among the celestial rivals; for 'none was "fairest,"
where all were "fair." -
These soirees-are held once a month, and tend
to bring into fiction all the talents of the pupils,
stimulating them to exertion, and aiding effectu
ally in overcoming - the awkward embarrassment
so often detracting from the reel merit of a flue
"performer; giving them the graceful ease which
is so necessary' to represent accomplishments in
their true.dight ; and which essential to true
dignity. After the exercises, refreshments were
passed round, then the guests dispersed, as the
gong sounded for church devotion. The reading
of some selection of ,sOripture by the pastor, the
singing of a hymn, and prayer:in which the pu
pils joined; while„
The soft light shed
A faint and starry radiance through the gloom
And the deep stillness, down on bright young ,heads
With all their clustering locks untouched by care,
And bowed as flowers are bowed by night4-in prayer.
The Good Nights were repeated, and the lin
germs departed wishing in their hearts success to
Baltimore Co., Md. •
Preaching next Sabbath morning and evening, in the
Methodist Episcopal Church. '
English preaching next Sabbath morning, in.the Re.
German preaching next Sabbath evening in the Eman
uel's Church of the Evangeliial Association.
English preaching next Sabbath morning and German
in the afternoon at b o'clock in Zion's Lutheran Church.
Religious services next Sunday in Salem's Lutheran
Church.' in the morning in the German, and in the even
ing in the English language.
The Pastor of the Moravian Church having been re
quested to be present at the Corner-Stone Laying - at
Jonestown neat Sunday morning, there will be,no ser
vice in the Moravian Church.
AR I.IE D
By the Rev. IL S. Miller. William A Curry to C.stha
rine 11. Blessing, both of - Dauphin county.
On the 15th lust, by the Rev. F. W. Kremer, Mr. Si
mon Snavely, to Miss Veronica Snavely, both of Corn.
wall tp.. this county.
On Thursday, August sth, in Ifummelstown. by the
Brobst. Mr. John P. Gerhard to 3L.ss Amanda
E. Lowry. both of Lebanon Borough. -
On the 15th ult., by the Bev. IT. Leinbach, Jacob
Shoetneker, of Jackson. to Miss Letitia WolL'ittillcieek:
On the 20th ult., by the same, Mr. Israel Bomberger,
to Miss Leah Smith, both cif-Lebanon county.
On the 25th i ult, by the same, Henry Zeller, of Millt
creek,to Miss Sophia 11apie, of Lancaster county.
On the 27th ult., by the saute,- Pereivel Zerbe, to Miss
Carolina Schreiber, both of Neumanstown, Lebanon co:
On the sth., inst by the same, Henry Lutz, to Miss
Melinda Daub, both of Lebanon '
In Lebandti, on the 10th inst., William D., son of
Thomas T. and Elizabeth Williams. aged 1 yr., 7 m., 7d.
On the 12th inst., in Annrille, Alice Elizabeth, daugh
ter of Daniel li. and Ellen C. Heilman,. aged 4 ma., sd.
On the 7th inst., in Millereek township,Mr. John Zim
merxnan, in the 70th year of his age.
Cu the 12th inst., in this borough, Sarah Anh Ritsh
ard, aged 21 years, 4 months and 18 days.
On the 29th ult., in Ileidleberg, Catharine
daughter - of George Miller, dee'd., aged 57 years, a 1110.,
and 9 days.
On the 20th August, in lreldlebergtownship, Lebanon
co., Mr. JohmOoschert, aged about 55 years.
On the sth inst., In Bethel tp., Lebanon co., Mr. Mi
chael Dean, aged about 67 years. " '
On the 16th ult., in North Annville, Bernie, daughter
of John and Mary Boger, aged 6 months.
On the 25th ult., Mary Ann, daughter of the late Dan
iel and Mary Nay, aged 18 years, 6 months and 12 days.
On the 25th ult.. in East Danever; Dauphin co., Mr.
'Henry Bbellenbergerotged 60 years.l month &.15 days.
' the 2.6th,u1t., in Frederichsburg, Mrs. Mary Maier,
widow of the late Daniel'Bizler, aged 72 years.
On the Zi th ult., in Bethel; A rtz, aged 55 Yrs.
On the 20th ult., in Bethel, Mr. Martin Melly, aged 74
yaars, 6 months and'2B,clitys.
GOOD WASHINGTON PRESS, of middling
die, is offered far sale, at this Office, very
cheap. The price is .$6O. septl.6
POLITICIANS are all in doubt as to who will
be our next Governor. A few weeks more,
and that question will be placed• beyond all con
troversy. Meanwhile no, one has expressed a
doubt that the most beautiful and best made Cloth
ing worn, is sold at the cheap estiblishinent . of
RBIZENSTEDT & BRO.,
Leb.,6ipt. 16, '57: Opposite the Court Hone e.
_xii•r-SODA WATER! '
Guilford & Letuberger have now got in full op
eration their new and splendid Soda Water Foun
tain, where the public will find soda water of the
very best quality—equal to any obtained in the
cities or elsewhere.
Every person should read the advertise
ment of Grindle's Celebrated Magic Compound
and Ancient Japanese Life Pills which appear
alternately in another column. They are the most
successful remedies in the world ! Try them and
This is to certify that I have made but
one application of the MAGIC OIL on my fingers,
which have been drawn from contraction of the
Minis, brought on by rheumatism. It was of sev
enteen months standing, and I GM now entirely
cured. I cheerfully recommend it to all afflicted
likewise. J. M. FINFROOK,
White Teeth, Perfumed Breath and Beautiful
COMPLEXION—ran be acquired by using the "BALK or
THOUSAND FLOVERS." What lady or gentleman would re
main under the curse of a disagreeable breath, when by
using the "Halm of a Thousand Flowers," as a dentifrice,
would not only render it sweet, but leave the teeth white
as alabaster? Many persons do not know their breath
is bad, and the subject is so delicate, their friends will
never mention it. Beware of counterfeits. Be sure each
bottle is signed FBTRIDGB i 4 CO., N. Y.
For sale by Guilford & Lembergcr and all Druggists.
Feb. 18, 1856.-6 m.
'l'. The Greatest Discovery of the Age.—lt is
seldom that we notice patent Medicines, restoratives . , or
any thing of the kind, for we have's. predndice against
most of them. lint candor compels, us to invite atten
tion to the advertisement'of Prof. Wood's Hair Restora
tive ih this paper. We are too juvenile to require any
thing of the kind,? but some instances of its use have
come to knowledge Which assureustbat it is a sovereign
remedy against tbe hair becoming prematurely gray. it
is not a "Hair Dye egbut upon its application as direct
ed, the effect is pioduced on the . skin, which brings out
the original, native &toyed' hair, without stiffness, and
gives it a glossy andhatural appearance.—Blis. REP.
P.D"'WE are sometimes almostunable to deserbe
our symptoms, and do not know what tals us. We
find ourselves nervous, weak and physically pros
trated::.We haVe a terrible sinking at the pit of
the stomach a feverish brow, foetid breath, and
a gloomy forboding mind. -Such symptoms arise
from a disorganized stomach and diseased liver.
Hostetter's Vegetable Stomach Bittersare so pe
culiarly adapted to these symptoms that they give
us an appetite, impart tone and vigor to the sys>
tem, and in every respect build up broken down
invalids:. 'They are peculiarly adapted to weak
and delidatelemales. [Sept. 16,'57-Im.
EMANUEL REIGART, agent, North West corner
of Market and Water streets, Lebation, Pa.
Holloways Pilla.—The stomach, in some of its
diseased conditions, turns the food it receives to
poison. It.supplies the veins with a fiery princi
ple which creates inflammation. The liver sym
pathises With it, and produces acrid bile. From
these causes result diarrhoea, dysentery, inflamma
tion of the bowels, congestion of the brain, affec
tions of the ihroo.t and lungs, and numberless ex-
Fur the Advertise,
ternal disorders. Yet there is nothing easier than
to relieve a disordered stomach and restore the di
gestive powers to perfect health and vigor. Hol
loway's pills act upon all the machinery employed
in that wonderful chemical process by which ali
ment is changed into blood. A course of th is prep
oration is a radical cure for indigestion and all the
disorders of the bowels to which it leads.
Rats, Roaches, Insects, Bed-Bugs.
Costar's Rat,koach, 4-c.,Extermina'ior
Costar's Bed-Buk, Exterminator;
- Costar's. Electric Powder,
for Ants,' Insects -ie., (the only-Infallible Reme
dies knoWn.) : &Star sends by mail, prepaid, a
Saniple Box of the - Rat, Roach, ate. Ex. to any ad
dress in the U. S., on receipt of $l, or the Elec
tric Powder for 05e. (The Bed Bug Ex. being a
liquid cannot be sent by mail.) Costar will fur
nish Druggists, Dealers and Store-keepers, a $lO
Sample Package of his various preparations (as
sorted) with Circulars, Bills, Posters, &c., on re
ceipt of $5, (leaving bal. of $5 due when sold,) in
order that they may test their merits. tzp,.. See
advertisement. For Circularsiac., address "Cos
tar." No. 338 Broadway, 'N." Y. [aug. 26-Im.
Lebanon Female Seminary.
THE THIRD SESSION of the "LEBANON FE
MALE SEMINARY" will commence the First
day of September, next. It is earnestly requested
that Parents.intending,to send their DAUGHTERS,
should do so at the commencement of the Session.
LEGH it. BAUGHER, Principal.
• MODESTE DECAMPS,
reacher of French and Hasic.
Lebanon, July 29, 1857.
A N OMNIBUS belonging to the undersigned,
11. will be daily at the Depot on the arrival of
the Cars to take Passenmers and their baggage to
any part of Lebanon and vicinity. Persons leav
ing by the cars will have the omnibus call at their
residences in time for the cars, by giving previous
notice at Mrs. I'bise's Hotel. The patronage of
the citizens of Lebanon, and surrounding coun
try, is respectfully solicited.
Jaly 15,'57-3m. LOUIS SUTER.
THE Subscriber has made arrangements for
running a DAILY EXPRESS, in connection
with his Freight Line, on Philadelphia and Read
ing and Lebanon Valley Railroads, a ncl is prepar
ed to forward Packages, Money, Jewelry, and
other valuables daily each way
Each Express in charge of aSpecial.Messenger
by Passenger Trains. All orders promptly deliv
ered, and goods forwarded with the greatest des
patch, at reduced rates.
-I‘46:rk all goods .CARE. bP P. ALDRIG ;IT'S FREIGHT
LIKE, or EXPRESS, its parties ordering may intend.
Offices ,111 Race Street, Philadelphia; corner of
Fourth and Penn streets, Reading; at Sinking
Springs, Womelsdorf, Mayerstowu, and -at D.
rmff 's, Oureberla.nd street, Lebanon.
TAin.e of Six. Boats, running between
Philadelphia and Pottsville to.carry Merchandise
and Freight generally.
Schweitzer & Co., 65 North Wharves,'Philad'a.
Chestnut street Wharf, Reading:
July .29, 1667-4 f.
IMPORTANT T9 . BUSINESS
- Speed . lfiscreifsed and
RATES of FREIGHT REDUCED
THE HOWARD 'EXPRESS CO.
XLAVE made arrangements with the Lebanon
Valley R. R. Co., to forward Goods, Pack-a
do, Moneys, the., in charge of their own special
Messenger from Philadelphia and Reading hy Pas-
Stenger Train - •
Merchants wishing their goods 'forwarded punc
tually and with despatch, will consult their own
interests by patronizinn , the Express Co. .
• Orders for Goods to be returned by Express will
be delivered ; in Philad'a free of charge.
Persons having.remittanees of money to make
to any part of the U. S. or Canadas, will find the
Pxpress the only safe Mode of conveyanoe.
OsTion—No 4 Eagle ~ Eitilding, Lebanon, Pa.,
and 248 _Chestnut St., below 3d st., Philad'a.
JOHN - ULRICH, Agent,
July 22, '57--tf. Per Howard Express Co.
HOFT L IV E IA B N A , IMMELI Y
TRANSPORTATION ICuN LINE
Lebaaon• Palley Railroad.
THIS LINE consists of 22 first-class BOATS,
running between Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and.all other points along the Union, Schuylkill,
Tide-Water and Pennsylvania Canals.
FBEIGIITS contracted for at the lowest pos
sible rates, and delivered with dispatch. "
The Proprietors will pay pkrtieular attention,
and attend personally, to the receiving and deliv
ery of. Freights. .
SHIPPERS and MERCHANTS can rely on
Shaving their GOODS delivered in good condition
and with promptness and dispatch, at low rates.
One of the Firm will pay particular attention to
Goods shipped by the Lebanon Valley Railroad.
Goods will be sent daily to and from Philadelphia
to Lebanon, Myerstown, Annville, Jonestown,
And all other points in the county.
' For information, apply at their Office in North
, Lebanon; or at the Lebanon Valley R. Depot.
~ EDWARD MARK, their Agent in Philailel
phia, will always be found at W. R. Busses Mar_
chants' Hotel, North Third Street, Philad'a. - : •
P. S.—WHEAT, RTE,,CORN, OATS & SiEDB
beefed for CAUL . L L
ilarrsburg, 72 Locust street.
Eisermilimoitot ,- 0 -
Between Philadelphia, _ Reading, &a
~eanoseq qe -!
BY UNION CANAL AND
TWO INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES.
citizenser s go
d Lebanon would
n respectfully dvici
will at all times ht. found ready to accommodate
them in anything which belongs to their business,
which is PAINTING, GLAZING, and PAPER
HANGING. They Warrant all their work.
By strict attention to business they hope to se
cure a share of public patronage. Orders for work
can be left at WALTZ & RCEDEL'S Book.store,where
they will be promptly attended to. At the latter
place too, can besecn a large assortment of neat a
chaste designs of Wall, Ceiling and. Hall Papers
selected by them, from one of the most extensive
establishments in the city of Philadelphia.
Sept. 2, '57-31n.* THOMPSON Jc . STOOD.
Farmers' & Mechanics ,
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SIIOP
WHE undersigned would respectfully invite the
lir attention of their friends and the public in
general, to the fact that they are prepared, the
coming season, to manufacture and have on hand
the largest and best assortment of
' FARMING -IMPLEMENTS
over offered to the Farmers of this county, such as
Wheeler's Improved Railway Horse-Powers and
Threshers; Manny's combined Reaper and
Mower, with Wood's latest improvements;
Coleman's Farm. Mill;. Grain.Prills and
Fins; Geurley's Patent Harrow and
Clod Cutter; Corn Ploughs and Planters;
Portable Cider Mills, Clover-Hullers, Corn
Shelters, Fodder Straw and Hay Cutters, dsc.
All.of the above Machines are of the latest
and best improvements, and are all 'warranted to
give satisfaction. . Also,
Castings of all kinds made to Order,
and at short notice. Particular attention paid to
REPAIRING, and charges reasonable.
FARMERS will do well to call and examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere, as they will
find it to their advantage to purchase Machines
Manufactured in their own county.
10 5 1—All orders,cor communications by mail will
be promptly attended to.
MAJOR do BROTHER.
'July I,l3s7.`Lebanon, Lebanon Co., Pa
GEO. G ASSER JOSIAH GETTI.E.
STEAM PLANING DULL.
BOAS, GASSER k GETTLE
• ffit,..wi wish to inform the citizens of Leb
aYllZA* Yes n
thatna e an a d neighboring coon
allr nz d i s n o f f ull oper
ation, and are prepared do
CARPENTER WORK nyMACHINERY
Flooring Boards, Weather Boarding,
Sash,Doors, Window it Door Frames,
Shatters, Blinds, Planing Scrolls,
SAWING, and any other kind of Sawing which
may be wanted to suit builders. The subscribers
beg leave to inform the public that they have the
latest and best improved machinery in the coun
ty, such as Woodworth's Planer, Ace., and that
they are able to produce as good work as the coun
ty can produce.
None but the best and well-seasoned LUMBER
will be used. Carpenters and Builders.aro invi
ted to call and examine their ready-made stock,
which they will always keep on hand, and judge
1. Their Shop is on Pinegrove Road, near
Phreaner's Old Foundry.
Lebanon, June 17,'57. .;
ELIJAR LONG.I.CRE,..JOBIf G. GABEL_..JACO/I.GABEL
Door and Sash Manufactory !
Located on the Steam-Rouse Road, near Cumberland
Street, East Lebanon.
4 arm THE undersigned respeetfullyin
,,l REI form the public in general, that they
have added largely to their former
establishment, and also have all
kinds of the latest and best improved MACHIN
ERY in-the-State in full operation, such as
WOODWORTH'S FLOORING, 4c.,
for conducting the general business for
Planing, Scrolls, Sawzng., 4.c., 4c.,
and the experience acquired by E. Lon maker and
J. G.Gabel,during their connection with the Door,
Saab and Lumber .Trade, for a number of years
past, affords full assurance of their ability, in con
nection with J. Gabel,to select stock suitable to the
wants of the Door and Sash business in this State.
tti..They now offer to Mechanics and Farmers
generally, upon favorable terms, & judiciously as
sorted stock of DOORS, SASH, &c., from the best
Lumber manufactories in the State, feeling confi
dent that their assortment is not to be excelled by
any other establishment in the State in regard to
exactness in size, quality or finish, and is calculat
ed to afford thorough satisfaction to all those who
may, favor the undersigned with their custom.'
The following list comprises the leading arti
cles of stock on hand:—
Doors, of all sizes ; Sash, of all sizes;
Door Frames, for
,brick and frame houses;
Window Frames, for brick and frame houses;
Shutters, of all sizes; Architraves ;
Blinds, of all sizes; Casings, from 3 to Gin.;
All kinds Mouldings; Surbase ;
0. G. Spring Moulding, of all sizes; Wash-boards.
LONGACRE, GABEL .t BROTHER.
Lebanon, July 25,2857.
P. S.—Pluning, Sowing, tev., promptly done
for those furnishing the Lumber
aid CIIIME WORKS,
Opposite the Lebanon Valley R. R. Depot, Leb
anon, Lebanon county, Pa.
- WM. & P. L. WEIMER, Propri
-444 eters, manufacture Steam Engines
from 1 to 300 horse power, of the
-_latest styles and patterns, with all
the modern improvements. Also, superior Port:
able Engines (with Link Motion Valve , Gear,)
mounted on wheels, for Saw Mills,Wood sawing
and Hoisting purposes. Particuar attention is
called to our small Upright Engines for Printers,
Druggists and persons wanting a stnallamount of
Power. They take up a very small space, and
can be put up in a room as a bouSehold fixture.
Also, Blowing Engines and Machinery for An
thracite and other Blast Furnaces, of improved
construction. Forge - Hemmers, of P. L. Weimer's
Patents ; Rolling gill, Sawing, Planing and
Flouring Mill Fixtures; Mining Pumps ; Hoist
ing Machinery for Mines and Stone Quarries ;
Railroad Cars, Iron Bridges, Shafting, Hangers,
Pulleys, Turning Lathes, Drill Presses, Planing
Machines, Brass Stop Cocks, Valves and Brass
Fixtures, Globe Steam Valves, of all sizes, and
Machinery and Castings of every description.
Also,Boilers of any size, form and weight,
made o the best material, by well-known and ex
perienced workmen; Smoke Stacks, Water Tanks,
Gas flues, Heaters, and sheet iron work of every
description. [Our Boiler sheets are all tested by
dividing them into squares of 2 inches, and ham
mering each square ; any imperfeetion is thus de
tected, and the faulty sheet rejected; this isprac
tised in very few shops in this country.]
Also, a stock of Wrought Iron Pipe, for steam,
gas and water, with all the necessary fixtures, con
stantly on hand, and put up at the shortest no
tice and on most reasonable terms. Iron, Brass,
and Composition metal Castings, made to order,
at the shortest notice.
_fs&- Repairing attended to with promptness
and despatch. A gang of Boiler makers always
ready for Boiler repairs.
Blacksmith Work made to order.
,'Orders respectfully solicited. All commu
nications, by mail or otherwise'. attended to with
despatch, and work diriiiered railroad or ea
ma, free of charge::
W.M. WEIMER, P. L. WEIMER.,
Lebandn, FebruarY 4,;1857.
. FOR SALE.
- • •_ : MIDDLINGS,,
SALT BY TUB BAG, BRAN,
at the Genesee milts of
MYERS & SHOUR,
A T the Genesee Mills, in tke Borough of Leba
-da. non, WHEAT, CORN,
In any quantity, for which the highest Market
prices will be paid in Ciish, by
January 7, 1857. MYERS A SHOUR.
TWELVE good Flour Barrel COOPERS, at the
- Genesee mills, in Lebanon, to whom constant
work and good _wages will be given. None but
sober and steady workteen need apply..
January. 7, 18579 Afi r g4S A SHOUR.
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.r E R Jr uariE R 1....-
fIF ORD 14 LEMBERGER, Graduates of
'a Pharmacy, and Practical Apothecaries and
Chemists, offer to the public a large and carefully
selected stock of Drugs,
Dye-stuffs, Oils, Spices, Perfumery, Arti
cles, Flavoring Extracts, Tobacco and Cigars,
pure Wines and Liquors for Medical purposes;
with everything in their line as Druggists, Per.;
furriers and venders of Fancy Articles, which we
can confidently recommend to Families, Physi
cians, Country Merchants and Dealers, as being
fresh, pure, and prepared in , the best manner.—
All the new Preparations, Chemicals and Patent
Medicines. Horse and Cattle Medicines. The
largest assortment of Trusses, single and double,
for children and persons of every age, and for ev
variety of rupture,--carefully fitted and ad
justed if desired. Abdominal Supporters.
All orders correctly answered, and Physi
cians', Prescriptions and Family Receipts careful
11St..Countrylderchants and Dyers will find it
to their advantage to buy of Guilford s Lemberger.
• "tflai.. Please call and get one of our Circulars,
(printed in both : English and German,) in which
you will find a, list of most of the articles and prep
arations kept by us.
GUILFORD' dc LEMBEItGER'S Deno Stuns
is opposite the , Market house;'lla,,_
July 29, 13574'. ' Lehation, Pa.
FOR PILES • TETTER RINGWORM
ND for any Eruption or Excoriation of the Skin,
whether on the heed, - face, arras or other parts of
the body. Old ulcers or iferes,land pimples on the face,
may be speedily cured by the use of the Recto Mistura.
To those especially that are suffering from the Piles, we
offer a sure remedy.
From Rev. Nr. Enterline,..Fastor German Church, Cor
Conway and Sharp streets:
For the benefit of the afflicted, I feel it a duty to state
what a blessinma medicine. known by the name of
Recto Misters," has been to me. I have been afflicted
with the Piles for eight years, during which time I tried
my own remedies, as a practitioner, and many others,
but without success. Haring beard of Mr. Bull's Pile
Remedy, I tried It ; end though I. used but one half-bot
tle, I can say that lam perfectly cured. I also used It
in a violent case of Tatter. which extended over the whole
body, and in less than tiro 'weeks it disappeared, and
the skin became clean sind 'sineoth. I strictly adhered to
the directions. SAMUEL ENTEBLINE.
Sold, Wholesale find Retail; by - D. -S. Reber, Druggist,
Lebanon, Pa., sole agent for Lebanon county.
nen2t, .1 1817.-ly.
ntalAt all the bald and gray cawbe restored perfectly
.to original growth and color, does not admit of a
doubt; besides. it will cure every possible disease of the
scalp, whether developed as dandruff itching; or in the
shape of cutaneous eruptions—even mild head—and in
no possible ease, will it fail of curiae, as if by magic. ner
vous or periodical headache: and if used twice a week by
the young. regularly, it will preserve the color. and keep
the hair from falling, to any imaginable age. Read and
Milford, Worcester Co., Miss., :Nor. 1855.
PROF. 0. J. WOOD.--Dear :—I take pleasure in
bearing voluntary testimony to the'inagic effects'of your
wonderful Rain. Restorative. - As far back as 1836, my
hair commenced falling off, until the tow of my scalp be
came bald and smooth as glass, apd it has continued to
fall for a great many years, notwithstanding I bare used
many celebrated preparations for restoration. Seeing
your advertisement, I was induced to give your article
a trial, and, to my utter astonishment, found, after a few
applications, that my hair becamefirmly set, and assum
ed a glossy and beautiful appearance ; and by the time I
had used a quart bottle, my bald head was covered over
with a young and vigorous growth of hair, which is now
from one to two inches in length. and growing fast.
Yours, truly, ILENRY GOODRICH.
CrIATI.LESTONTN, Mass., Aug. 9,1515.
Gents :—Nothing but a duty and sympathy that I feel
to conununicate to others that are afflicted as I have
been, would induce me to give this public acknowledge
ment of the benefit I have received from Professor Wood's
Mir Restorative. When I first commenced using it, my
hair was quite gray, and in spots entirely bald. I have
now-used the Restorative about five months, and my
hair is entirely changed to its original color, brown, and
the new hair is over three inches in length' on the spots
where it was bald. I have also been much gratified at
the healthy moisture and vigor of the hair, which before
was dry, audit has ceased to come out as formerly.
Respectfully . yours, &c., Mrs.ll. A. STODDARD.
. From Mrs. Ingalls, a welt-known nurse in Boston.
BOSTON, October 19th, 1855.
<lmre :—At your request, and being so higbiy pleasQ
with the effects of the Restorative, 1 ant free testate that
my hair had become quite thin. and entirely warm. I
have, for the last five years. been in the habit of-using
dyes but hearing,of the extraordinary effects .of this arti
cle. 1 was induced to try it. Sty hair has been restored
to its original; thickness, and also to its former color,
which is light brown. Yours, respectfully,
• • Mits. INGALLS.
The following, is from the Pastor of the Orthodox church,
Brookfield. Baooxvirtm, Mass., Jan. 12.1252.
Prof. Woon—Dear Sir—Baying made trial Of yonr Ilair
Restorative, it gives me pleasure to say, that its effects
have been excellent in removing inflammation, dandruff,
and a constant tendency to itching, with which I have
been troubled from my childhood, and has' also restored
the hair, which was becoming gray, to its original color.
I have used no other article, with anything like the same
pleasure and urofit. Yours, truly,
--- J. K.: BRAGG.
[From the Jersey. City Telegraph.)
Wua's Is IT FOR-71r1118 WOOD'S HAIR RESORATIVE ?—IS a
question asked"detly by hundreds. We answer without
hesitation or fear ofonttradiction, that it is the only ar
ticle known which do all it promises for the human
hair. IT *ILL RENEW ITS GROWTII—IT WILL STORI./TS FALL
ING—re WILL RESTORE ITS NATURAL COLOR/ It• IS not a
Hair Dye, but a speedy and efficacious Restorative.
0. J. WOOD &CO., Proprietors. 312 Broadway, T.
and 114 Market street, St. Louis, Missouri.
For sale, in Lebanon, at GUIISOND a LE*BERGER'S Drug
store. .Alscyby reSponsible Druggists. ju1y1;57.3m
Gold, Gold, Gold.
21131 :RE greatest offer in gold pens, gold pencils, gold
451) chains, and gold, watches, everl`rnade.. head the
A Sidendid Gold Premium,
worth from live to one hundred dollars, positively given
to any person who can spare one day in a week, or one
hour in a day, getting up clubs of subscribers in his own
and adjoining neighborhood, for the best and most pop
ular family newspaper new published. No expense, no
outlay, no capital required of agents. An entire new
plan is proposed, by which any person can succeed in
making it a paying business. who wilt undertake. the
agency. A private circular, for the inspection of agents
only, with full list of:premiums, will be sent to any-one
who desires it, on receipt of a stamp to pay return post
age. Some agents Itave earned a hundred dollar gold
watch in one week.
Every family should read at least one Newspaper from
New York City;Without interfering with their Loral Pa
pers, which of course cannot and should not, be dispens
ed with. But New York being the great commercial and
business centre of this Continent, no farmer, mechanic,
professional man, or merchant, is property prepared for
the emergencies of his calling, unless ho is in communi
cation with New York City, by means of one of. its 'first
class newspaper mediums. Such a medium is our"LED
GER," neutral in politics, but giving all the facts items
of news, and thrilling incidents worthknowing through.
out the country.
A Valuable Gift.
Each new subscriber will receive with the first No. of
his or her paper, one of thenew and beautiful glass point
ed, indelible Pencile,v . just imported from Europe, and for
which we bare obtained the exclusive agency for this
country. This is the mostlngenious and useful improve
ment of the presen t age, and is the only pencil ever made
that will write with ink, making it both apen and pencil
of the finest quality at the same time.' It will last for
years, and for practical stools Worth more than any gold
pen in the market.
For list of premiums and full partieulars„addieSs
BALL & WEST, Publishers, New Pork City.
* These Pencils supplied to the trade at aprefitable dis
count. [Aug. 2u,
62 ACRES OF= LAND
TEE subscriber, being desirous of selling' his
merchant and Guts? MILL, together with his
Sew MILL and sixty-two acres of land, takes the
present opportunity of informing the public that
he bas one of the best Mill Properties in the coun
ty of Lebanon, situate one-fourth of a mile from
Jonestown, on the Swatara. Creek, and one-balf
mile front the Union Canal, at Jones
town. This mill has been newly
P remodeled , with the best of bevel
'• 3 gearing, and everything in the best
of order, for eitber country, or merchant,
work. The land is in a high state of cultivation,
it being lately limed with one hundred bushels to
the acre, and is all under new fences. Any per
son wishing to view said property, can call at
the mill for Information, or on the subscriber, two
miles from Jonestown; An indisputable title will
be given, and by paVing a small advance on the
property at the time possession is given, the bal
ance will be set out in payments to suit thepur
chaser. MARTIN WEN''
Swataratp.,, December 81, -1846.—tr,INGERT,
E. RARER: A. RARER: 1. ILItABER.
RABER & BROS.
THIS NEW FIRM
ARE HOLDINC OUT
GREAT INDUCEMENTS, lily
THEIR SPLENDID ASSORTMENT oi
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ;
- 1 - xTlaen they are selling off very cheap.
V V Their assortment of Ladies' Dress Goods
is hard to beat, having all the new styles, which
are all well selected. Among them you will find
Lamertines, Decals, Oriental Lustre, Chinm
Cloth, Printed Lama, Silk Tissue, fied, Crape de
Paris, Berea ' e Robes, plain Tissues and Bereges:
Black and Fancy Silks, very cheap and very
handsome, Challis, M. D. loins, Berege D. Laini
Prints, Ginghams, Lawns,Rrilliants,Lustres,
and a #ariety Of other Fancy Dress Goads. Ther
ladies are especially invited to call and see the
April 22, 1855.
Call and see.-the
Dry-Goods, Grocery . It Crockery
FARMERS' A STORE
LEONARD ZLMMERMAN informs his friends'
and the publie r that he has just received .s.nevr
stock of GOODS for the Spring Trade, whict 3
will be found as cheap as any stock of the kind in
this town, consisting of all such Goods as are'
usually kept in a first-class store. Particular at- -
tention is given to Staple Goods for the Country
Trade, not neglecting the fancy articles for La
dies' wear—such as Laces, Lawns; Edgings, Un
dersleves, Dandkerchiefs, AM.! ' •
Gentlemen are invited to examine his &ores,
Cassimeres, Casinets, Tweeds, Summer Cloths,
Fancy and other Vestings, Velvets, Cords, 4te.
In -the-Grocery department may 'lie found a
splendid assortment of every need in the Fami
ly:-.-Coffee, sugar, spices, Teas,Mackerel, .bc..
In Crockery, the stock is wel selected,
The highest market price will be paid for
Country Produce. Lebanon; April .22, 1857.
WRO' DOES NOT KNOW
HENRY Ilk STINE,
LARGEST,. CHEAPEST, •
AND BEST SELECTED
• STOCK OF
SPRING. AND SUMMER GOODS,
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
tsla.. We would respectfully invite our numer
ous customers. and friends to call and see our
splendid new stock of spring and summer Goods
we have just opened and are constantly receiving
by Express. Our stock consists of a full assort
ment of the most fashionable Dress Goods for
Ladies and Gentlemens' Wear; Mantillas, Shawls,
Bonnets, J3onnet ribbons, mitts, collars, sleeves,
belts, ae.,'for Ladies; also Hats. Handkerchiefs,
stocks, Stockings, Gloves, ac.,
All kinds of Domestic Dry Goods, Queensware,
Oil Clothe, Carpets, Muslin Shades, ac.
Also a complete assortment of
which we are selling - at - very low prices. Give
us an early-etill. • • •
May 6, 1857". HENRY a STINE.
AS the time is drawing near when the trip will
take place, on the Railroad, to that Wunder of
Wonders, THE NIAGARA - FALLS,
we would remind the citizens of Lebanon county,
before. this trip, takes place, that it will be neces
sary to supply themselves with all kinds of fash
ionable-Dry Goods, so as to appear in suit desira
ble for, the occasion, and : therefore' would advise
all-such as wish to rig themselves off and appear
as Young America, to call at the wonderful
Now is the timefor every person to'call and ex
amine thatwonderful Bee hive, under the Mam
The peculiar construction and the enormous ,
stock of Honey will be to every person's interest,
ISIONEris universally admitted to be agreea
ble to the taste of every person, and the
place to getle is known to be the'bee hive ; eon
wequently every person desiring their taste suited,
need hut remember that the Bee "live is the place
The superiority of this Great Hive, aside from
the enormous stock constantly in Store, is also ev
ident from the fact that those Bees assume quite
a different disposition, with regrard to their gath
erings, to what other Bees do instead of driving
Visitors away by flying at them in a haughty
manner, and huniming some unintelligible lan
guage in their ears, and send them away lament
ing and crying with disappointment and pain, fur
having to leave without getting a bit 'of good
Honey, and being badly stung in the bargain,—
they are kindly disposed to solicit the friendship,
and cherish the visits, of neighbors and strangers,
and endeavor, in every way, to treat them with
inducements that will make theirs Call soon again..
They cheerfully dispose:of any quantity oftheir
sweet stock, at trifling priees, and never fail in
sending away, customers laughing and rejoicing,
with the Great Bargains., and frequently exclaim
ing, with overwhelming joy, "Behold this is the
place for Honey l"
It will also be found that the bees of this great
Hive have not been lying idle.during the winter,
and particularly since the first appearance or
Summer, when a portion of them immediately
flew off to the flowery East, where their gather—
ings never failed to . be the most choice of theseas-
on. Having just returned from their third tour
this Spring, from the city, they aire•prepared to
their numerous friends the handiomest se
lections ever brought to this Borough; eMbraeing
in variety a collection of every article in theirline
that necessity, fancy and fashion can conceive.—
In short, their store is complete, and an invita
tion is extended to all who believe in the truth of
honey being sweet, or value the satisfaction of
having their taste suited. Step into the Bee
Hive Store. The larva swarms that are continu
ally moving to and fro; in and out, around and
about, is another evidence that their labors have
not been in vain, or remain' una.ppreCiated by a
patronizing public. The merits of this great
Hive have not only become apparent at home,
but its fame is also fast spreading itself through
out the land. .. :
GEORGE & SRELLENBERGER
Lebanon, June.lo, 107.
Bello! 0! what Fun.
NA - TE will have something new for Lebanon.—
,V A great Fox-chase will come off this week,
and every person in:the county is invited to at
tend it, tall men and small, tall women and small,
big boys and little ones, big girls and little ones, -
young men and old, young ladies and old ones,
turn about and wheel about and run after this fox
and try to catch him, won't that be fun. But do
not forget to eall.at
JAMES M. PFLEGER 4. BRO'S
New Cheap Wry Good-
GROCERY S - TORE
in the borough of Lebanon. (You will have plen
ty of time, as the Fox chase comes off in the af
ternoon at 2 o'clock,) therefore you will have a
good chance of visiting and seeing their stocks of
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
Which they have received from New York and
Philadelphia, and will sell tremendously
cheap. • There is nut the slightest doubt in my
mind, but that their goods will cause as much re
al excitement, (as well as profit,) in the borough ,
and country around, as this great Fox. chase.
Therefore do not forget to visit J. M. Pfleger
Bro's store, and great will be your fun, and very
great youcgain. Yours, most respectfully,
April 1, /857. j d. M. P. 4t. S. M. P.
NORTH LEBANON AHEAD
WIT r MNAN.
- '11111r6„. 31E.d 1 111 1 W. r Ar l
FUNcK & BROI,
A - XT HO invite the attention of purchasers to their
VY very extensive stock of FRESH GOODS,
embracing every variety of DRESS GOODS, for
Ladies and Gentlemen which they are prepared
to offer to reliable and prompt customers, at the
lowest rates, guaranteeing every reasonable satis
faction. Please examine, before .purchasing else
where. JACOB K. FENCE,
April 22, 1957. JOHN.K. FUNCE,„